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Not only IIS web server can host Silverlight applications. Apache can host up Silverlight content too. Silverlight introduces two new file extensions (.xaml for loose XAML files and .xap for the zip-based binary packaging format). As a result, you need to add the MIME types for those file extensions to your web server so that it recognizes Silverlight content appropriately. Here are the MIME types you need to add to the server configuration:
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Pay Per Click Advertising (PPC) is an efficient method of driving relevant traffic to your website. It allows your company to advertise to a vast audience and only pay when those who are truly interested in your product click on the link to enter your website. PPC ads can appear above, to the right of, or below the organic search results.
Before you begin, it’s of utmost importance that marketers identify their business goals. Is the sale/purchase the most important aspect of the site or is it persuading a lead? After you identify your goals and establish a game plan of action, go ahead and get started!
Today’s post focuses on Google Adwords and getting started in three easy steps.
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The MIME is used in Internet communications to transmit documents of varying formats. It is used by World Wide Web (WWW) Servers to identify the types of files they send to WWW Clients.Learn More
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